Religion Virtues Test
Terms in this set (15)
Allows us to keep our commitments, even when it is difficult and the outcome uncertain.
Having good manners and treating people as if they were valuable, respected and important.
Remembering those who are not as "important" as us, and treating them with the respect due them.
Being the person we claim to be. Practicing what we preach.
Seeing ourselves as we really are in relation to God and to others, and not thinking more or less of ourselves then we ought.
Sharing the suffering of others, "being there for them" and listening to them with empathy.
Moderates the attraction of pleasures and provides balance in the use of created goods.
is using our sexuality in a way that is in our best interest (the way God intended it be used)
Helps us to do the right thing even when it is difficult. It ensures firmness in difficulties and constancy in the pursuit of goodness. It strengthens our resolve to resist temptations and overcome obstacles in the moral life.
The constant firm will to give your due to God and neighbor, making sure everyone gets what they deserve.
Puts our thoughts and actions together in a way that is best under the circumstances. Applying moral principles to particular cases to achieve good and overcome evil.
Giving things of value to others. The opposite of greed
Springs from realizing that we are in this together, and that we share a certain solidarity with others.
Not drawing undue attention to yourself, being self assured but not self absorbed
Quietly overcoming the difficulties we encounter, helps us keep our composure during stressful Situation.
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